About The Collins-Miller Project

Hello and Welcome to The Collins-Miller Project!

It is so wonderful to have your support in our quest to make the world a better place, and thank you for taking the time to learn a bit more about our mission!

What is CMP?

The Collins-Miller Project is an independent research program working to promote the industrialization and use of the alternative algae-based energy sources as seen in the 2011-2015 experiments conducted at The Ohio State University by Madeleine Gagne and Angela Miller. The project, named in honor of Miller and Gagne’s High-School Chemistry teacher Danielle Collins, centers on the use of fatty-acid chains such as DHA & EPA to avoid a need for refinement in the bio fuel industry.

What is The New-Age Girls Club?

In addition to its algae ventures, The Collins-Miller Project also seeks to help encourage girls looking towards a future in the sciences, and to create a safe community for high-achieving girls in STEM to interact and help one another achieve their dreams. You can check out this online environment at our New-Age Girl Club Corner. With a quarter annual newsletter staffed by girls all around the world, opportunities for mentor-ship and involvement, and a list of prestigious members, the club is open to all girls who are interested. Head on over to our subscription tab to learn more about free membership!

We Want YOUR Help!

Contrary to popular belief, The Collins-Miller Project is simply an online community and reasearch group, NOT a business or 501c3. Therefore, we are looking for dedicated individuals who would like to help us build our community through outreach, editing, and even donations!


As featured on The New-Age Girls Club Corner, we encourage our members to reach out and look for help when challenging major issues in the real world. While you are never to young to solve a public issue, you will most likely need as much help as you can get! If you are interested in becoming a potential mentor, head on over here to learn more about it!


Behind any good newsletter is a thousand good writers! And as always, we are looking for volunteers! If you want to have your voice heard through our community, or are just looking for a way to put you writing skills to the test, check out this page to learn more!


We would love your monetary support to help fund many of our member’s individual projects through out annual New-Age Girls Research Grant/Scholarship! We also love to spread the world about our resources here at collinsmillerproject.com by attending STEM conventions and holding local and online events- donations for any of these activities would be much appreciated, no matter how small! Head on over here to learn more about how you can help us out.

Thank you so much once again for joining us on collinsmillerproject.com! We hope our resources can aid you in YOUR quest to make the world a better place!

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6 thoughts on “About The Collins-Miller Project

    Barbara Williams said:
    July 21, 2015 at 4:11 pm

    Congratulations Madeline.

    Liked by 1 person

    Brenna Pyatt said:
    August 7, 2015 at 7:53 pm

    Just wanted to imply that I believe your project is impressive and I admire your hard work!


    tracykarin said:
    November 12, 2015 at 8:29 pm

    Love the video and the research you’re doing Madeline! Awesome! I am Very Proud of You! 🙂


      The Collins Miller Project responded:
      November 12, 2015 at 8:35 pm

      Hello Tracy!
      Thanks so much! I got to read about all you do via your twitter page! Means alot coming from someone like yourself! If you ever need anything, just let me know! You can always contact me at: collinsmillerproject@gmail.com! Thanks a mil!


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